Date / Time
November 19, 2019 - November 19, 2019
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
An LCSL faculty panel exploring how Hulu’s, Netflix’s and Amazon’s (among others) new international line-up of series and films from around the world has changed the landscape of distribution and reception of film and TV shows, enriching our teaching and learning and offering opportunities for cross-cultural conversation and literacy. Participants: Sara Hall (German/Moving Image Arts), Matthew Kendall (Russian), Steven Marsh (Spanish), Julia Vaingurt (Russian), Chiara Fabbian (Italian).
This event will provide an orientation on how to identify streaming sources related to one’s academic and research interests and how to maximize the value of Kanopy, as well as training on where to find student discounts on streaming services and how to use interlibrary loan for more rare sources.
Part of International Education Week.
Free and open to the UIC community.
Sponsored by the Office of International Affairs.
More information: https://lcsl.uic.edu/events/streaming-international/